New ASP.NET MVC Reporting Extensions
With the release of DXperience v2011 vol 1, ASP.NET MVC developers and those exploring this field will have access to new native reporting extensions.
The team have created both a report viewer and a report toolbar extension, and we’re very keen to hear your feedback. Are you working with ASP.NET MVC? Could these extensions help you in applications that you’re currently working on?
Leave your thoughts and feedback in the comments for Seth and the reporting team. We look forward to hearing what you think!
Introducing ASP.NET Docking Controls to DXperience v2011 vol 1
ASPxDocking, an independent trio of brand new docking controls, will be released with the ASP.NET suite of controls in DXperience v2011 vol 1.
These controls will provide you with the mechanics to offer flexible layout customization and the ability to create a “widget” style appearance via drag-and-drop functionality. Not only that, these standalone controls mean that the DevExpress docking solution allows you to place standalone panels, zones and manager docking controls on different web pages.
Can you see potential for these controls in your application? Tell us how you might use this approach in the comments.
The CodeRush Feature Workshop
This week sees the first of Mark and Rory’s CodeRush Feature Workshops.
The duo will take on a weekly webinar schedule that hands over control of the content to you. Yes, you will get to request which feature should be built from scratch and completed during the 60 minute session. Mark and Rory will both build it and publish it to the community for everyone to enjoy.
This isn’t just express development. This is your express development.
Extensive WinForms Control Enhancements Keep Coming
Our RichEdit evangelist, Rachel Reese, is careering like a wild thing through new features and functionality on her blog, and the good news just keeps coming.
There is an extensive array of enhancements to come to the WinForms RichEdit control and Rachel’s got every angle covered.
Take a look at these sneak peeks at the newest improvements in the posts below, and don’t forget to leave your thoughts and feedback for Rachel in the comments.